Oklahoma City (41-55)
That's a wild one right there in Albuquerque: with the Isotopes taking a 6-2 lead into the 7th, OKC were the anti-Astros, and scored six of the final seven runs for an 8-7 OKC win. Nelson Figueroa allowed 9H/6ER, 3K:3BB, 2HR, WP in 6IP (5.91 ERA at OKC); Sam Gervacio picked up the win, with 1H/0ER in 1.1IP; Doug Arguello got the two batters he faced, and Mickey Storey got his 2nd save of the season with 2H/1ER, 1K:0BB.
Drew Locke was 3x4 with a triple, walk, and an RBI and Tommy Manzella was 2x4 with a double and a two-run homer (3RBI total). J.R. Towles was 1x3 with a solo homer and a stolen base; and Luis Durango (2B), J.B. Shuck (2RBI), and Koby Clemens had a hit and a walk.
Man of the Match: Tommy Manzella
Corpus hit four homers, but still managed to lose to Midland 15-8, thanks to an 8-run 5th by the Rockhounds. Ross Seaton allowed 10H/7R (6ER), 3K:1BB, with two of those runs allowed by Pat Urckfitz, who gave up three of his own and failed to record an out. Blake King allowed 1H/1ER, 5K:2BB in 2IP; Arcenio Leon got tagged for 5H/4ER, 1K:1BB in 1.1IP, and Danny Meszaros walked one in 1.1IP.
Jimmy Van Ostrand went 3x5 with a solo homer for your only three-hit game; Jonathan Villar (HR, 2RBI, BB), Jose Altuve (HR, 3RBI), Kodu Hinze (HR, RBI, BB), and Chris Wallace (2 2B, RBI) had two hits each.
Man of the Match: Jose Altuve
Lake Elsinore scored three runs in the bottom of the 8th for a 4-2 win over Lancaster. Jake Buchanan threw 6IP, giving up 6H/1ER, 4K:2BB, Shane Wolf allowed 1H in 1IP, and Mike Ness gets the Ugly with 4H/3ER (BS/L) in 1IP.
Jose Carlos Thompson (2B) and Adam Bailey (HR, RBI) had two hits each; Andy Simunic drew a walk and hit a double.
Man of the Match: Jake Buchanan
Lexington blew a 5-1 lead, turning it into a 6-5 deficit after five innings, but scored three runs in the bottom of the 7th for an 8-6 win over Hagerstown. Alex Sogard allowed 6H/5ER, 8K:3BB in 4.1IP; Jason Chowning got the win with 2H/1ER in 2.2IP; Brian Streilein (3K, 2WP) and David Martinez each threw an IP allowing a hit but no ER.
Delino DeShields (RBI, 2SB), Mike Kvasnicka (RBI), Emilio King (HR, 3RBI), and Ben Orloff (HR, RBI, BB) had two hits each; Jay Austin (RBI), Telvin Nash (HR, RBI), and Bryce Lane had a hit and a walk.
Man of the Match: Emilio King
Staten Island never trailed in this game, though Tri-City came back from a 4-0 deficit to tie it up in the 5th. Ultimately, SI's final eight runs were too much in a 12-4 win over the ValleyCats. Adam Champion - just sent to Tri-City from Lexington - allowed 5H/4ER, 2K:2BB in 3IP; Dayan Diaz took the loss, giving up 2H/5ER, 5K:3BB in 2.2IP; Travis Blankenship allowed 1H/2ER, 3K:1BB in 2IP and Joan Belliard gave up a three-run homer in 1.1IP (allowing both of Blankenship's ERs).
John Hinson had your only multi-hit game of the night, while Zach Johnson and Brandon Meredith had a hit and a walk. Miles Hamblin, Ryan McCurdy, Bubby Williams, and Kellen Kiilsgaard had RBIs.
Man of the Match: John Hinson
Greeneville scored four runs in the top of the 7th to take a 5-4 lead, which Kingsport tied up in the bottom of the 9th to send it to extras. But Chan-Jong Moon picked a fine time to hit his first HR of the season - in the 11th - for a 6-5 win over Kingsport. Jose Perdomo threw 4IP, giving up 6H/3ER, 5K:1BB; Danilo Del Rio allowed 4H/1ER in 1.1IP; Rodney Quintero threw 1.2 hitless IP; Scott Zuloaga allowed a hit in 0.1IP; Steve Martin got the Brandon Lyon (BS/W) with 1H/1ER in 2.2IP, and Brad Propst got his first professional save.
Jordan Scott, Jesse Wierzbicki, and the aforementioned Chan-Jong Moon got two hits and a walk. Chase Davidson was 1x4 with a three-run homer and a walk, and Darwin Rivera added another homer. Garen Wright (SB) had a hit, walk, and an RBI.
Man of the Match: Chase Davidson
GCL Astros (7-17)